VIA's Canadian skirts along Moose Lake.
CEFX pushes potash around some of the oldest and most beautiful railroad scenery in North America.
Cross a trestle among the autumn mist and rains on the east side of Rogers Pass.
Westbound along Yellowhead Lake.
Built for North Western Coal and Navigation (nee Alberta Coal and Railway Company, nee Canadian Pacific) in 1885, this 36" gauge 2-6-0 Mogul was one of three purchased by Canadian Pacific in 1907 ... (more)
The passengers of the Canadian enjoy the views of Moose Lake and the surrounding foliage.
Coming down Rogers Pass, westbound, in a dumping rainstorm, through a snow/slide shed.
Rumbling across the Prairie Creek Bridge, westbound out of Hinton.
Bending along the edge of Moose Lake, on approach to a crew change at Jasper.
As autumn colors start to show, CN 2688 rolls through Jasper National Park, approaching the hamlet of Jasper for a crew change in unseasonably warm weather.
On approach to Jasper for a quick change of crew before continuing west. As this and other trains rolled by, rutting elk could be heard bugling in the trees just to the west.
The westbound Canadian skirts along Yellowhead Lake.
Head power switched, train nearly serviced, the westbound Canadian is nearly due to depart on time.